Actress Esha Gupta says her profession got destroyed for some time after the failure of 'Humshakals', abandoning her dampened.The 2014 film was directed by Sajid Khan and included Saif Ali Khan, Ram Kapoor and Ritesh Deshmukh in triple parts. It tanked in the cinema world and was met with unfavorable reviews.Whenever inquired as to whether she was discouraged by the disappointment, Esha told, "Yes, we all were. Because we worked really hard. A friend told me, 'People who are not from the industry don't realise the amount of hardwork that is put in'. No filmmaker wants to make a flop film. A lot of the times, it is the destiny of a movie."
Esha Gupta excited about doing action in 'Baadshaho' Post 'Humshakals', the on-screen character did not have any venture until 'Rustom', which is set for release later this month. Concurring that her profession backed off post 'Humshakals', the 30-year-old on-screen character said, "My first year itself I did three films, so I think it did (take my career backward). But it does to everyone, whether it's the director or Saif or any actor involved. What matter is what you do afterwards. "The 'Jannat 2' star said she was getting offers in the meanwhile but refused many as those films were not high on content.
"I was getting a lot of films, but either there was a lot of money and not a good film or they were not the type I wanted to do. I didn't want to go into any kind of films, which I, myself, wouldn't want to watch. "There are lots of ways to make money but what's the point of doing a bad film? When 'Rustom' came, I was happy. And now this year looks really good. I am waiting for 'Rustom' and confident it will connect with the audience," she said. 'Rustom', likewise featuring Akshay Kumar and Ileana D'Cruz, hits theaters on August 12.